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Hello from Daytona Beach
« on: November 14, 2019, 12:38:07 PM »
Hello Folks, I've been on here for a few years, waiting for a good time to post. I have begun a 350 GTR project, after obtaining a "kit" from Mike Anderson. Rode my first GTR in 1968, it belonged to a college classmate, and said "someday I'll have one of these". Someday is here, so I'll try to make some useful contributions, without too many absurd questions. I've been involved with internal combustion for nearly 60 years, going from go-karts, motorcycles, drag racing, and a few aircraft ventures. Thanks for this great site, and the knowledge it contains.   Regards, Chase

 


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